INNA NEAL – Meditation Challenge

Adversity creates opportunities and stimulates creative thinking, it plays a vital role in new learning & growth. At I’m Enough we are embracing the challenge of lockdown and the opportunity it creates to make a difference online and beyond with our EASTER CAMPAIGN with Inna Neal 👉 “NAVIGATING THROUGH CHALLENGING TIMES, NOW AND BEYOND.”

Over the next few weeks, we will collaborate with different professionals that support our cause and campaign. Each one is an expert in their field and will share their knowledge, skills, experiences and tips with our young people and all those that care about them.

We are delighted to introduce our first fabulous supporter INNA NEAL from INNERLIGHTENED to kick off our Campaign. As we navigate our way through a new normal, Inna will share with us videos, tools and parenting tips this week on the topic. See underneath our SCHEDULE for the week.

Inna Neal is a Wisdom Life Coach, emotions and energy intuitive guide and mentor. She supports children, teens, young adults, adults and families who struggle with anxiety, fear, worry, depression and feel like they lost their connection to self and purpose. Through her online workshops and courses, masterminds, and one on one coaching and mentoring, Inna takes them through a process of self-awareness and powerful practices to create positive changes and live life consciously, on purpose and with joy.

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Check out Inna’s website on and get in touch on 021 619 193

Introduction & Breathing – Pt.1

Introduction & Breathing – Pt.2

Parenting Tips – Impulsive Reactions vs Purposeful Responses

Video on Breathing & Meditation –

Video on Eft Tapping –

Facebook Live Session with Inna –

Kia Kaha💙
I’m Enough Team

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